Jedick has written for all the major publications in Northeast Ohio. These include Cleveland Magazine, The Cleveland Press, The Plain Dealer, The Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine, Avenues Magazine and Sun Newspapers. He has written nationally for Baseball America. He also had the dubious honor of being the next reporter the Cleveland Press was going to hire before it folded. He has written two books on Cleveland history, LEAGUE PARK, and CLEVELAND: Where the East Coast Meets the Midwest. Both books sold out numerous printings. Author Peter Jedick in front of the Victory Bell on the Commons at Kent State during the 30th anniversary of the Kent student shootings, May 4th, 2000. Jedick's latest work is the novel HIPPIES, a love story set on the Kent State campus during the crazy times leading up to the tragedy of May 4th, 1970. The first edition of HIPPIES earned numerous positive reviews and its original web site attracted encouraging comments from all over the world. It is in its second printing, this time by Creative Arts Book Company of Berkeley, California. On a personal note Jedick recently received a couple of awards. On June 22, 2001 Jedick was awarded second prize in the Open Print Division of the Ohio Excellence in Journalism Competition. His essay, "An American in Paris," was published in the Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine. It compared his collegiate trip to Paris with one his daughter Annie was about to take. And on September 14, 2001 he was inducted into the West Tech Hall of Fame. Even though the high school no longer exists, it has an alumni association most colleges would envy. Peter Jedick lives in Rocky River, Ohio, is married and has five children who believe his stories about half the time.